Plenty of Americans still don’t know the first thing about CBD, but that’s not stopping mainstream retailers from hawking it to consumers. Brands such as CVS, Martha Stewart, and Neiman Marcus have been selling the stuff for a while now, and apparel outlets Abercrombie & Fitch and DSW recently announced plans to stock CBD on their shelves, too.
Now teen apparel retailer American Eagle is getting into the action, having inked a deal with cannabis producer Green Growth Brands (GGB) to begin selling the CBD products online and in nearly 500 stores.
It’s the third major contract for Green Growth, which will also supply Abercrombie and DSW with CBD-infused products. The company boasts in a press release that it’s “already driving the strongest sales per square feet in the cannabis industry” and has plans to expand throughout the US, both online and “in malls across the country.”
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